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A historic turnstile in #CrystalPalace Park was destroyed by fire in the early hours of Saturday morning. The turns… https://t.co/VQ6KMOaMAS
After the sad passing of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and the current public health situation, the Govt… https://t.co/iKGa7QbxZ0
Part of an underground car park was damaged by fire in #NottingHill. Firefighters contained the blaze to a garage u… https://t.co/MEqtnP8nTv
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There are lots of ways to sponsor and partner with Fire Cadets. Your support can really brighten young Londoners' futures...
Since we started in 2002, the LIFE programme has helped over 6,000 of the London's most disadvantaged and vulnerable young people. Could you help us make a positive impact on more young Londoners?
If a young person you know shows a fascination with fire or has set fires, our specialist intervention team can help.
Nearly one fire a day in London involves white goods. Most are caused by faults beyond the control of the householder. Our Total Recalls campaign is here to make it easier for people to protect themselves from potentially lethal faulty appliances. We're calling for the government, manufacturers and retailers to take actions – find out more and get involved.
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We believe that the most effective firefighting technique is prevention. Learn more about fire safety at home and work – and how to avoid accidents on the road, too.
Welcome to the online home of the London Fire Brigade Museum. Come on in and meet yesterday's heroes...
Not all lifesavers wear uniforms. From specialist support staff to education and fire prevention, enforcing regulations to answering 999 calls, we're a diverse, welcoming community – will you join us?
We believe the best way to keep Londoners safe is through fire safety education – and that starts at primary school.